A GALASHIELS man currently serving a 14 months prison sentence for drug dealing has received jail terms for other offences committed.

Twenty eight John Chapman was convicted of being concerned in the supply of heroin and possessing the class A drug at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on August 28.

He appeared from custody this week at Selkirk Sheriff Court where he pleaded guilty to another three complaints against him.

They involved being in possession of heroin and behaving in a threatening or abusive manner in Croft Street, Galashiels, on February 2.

Chapman also admitted the reset of a Tom Tom sat nav found in his Laurel Grove home on May 4.

Defence lawyer Ross Dow asked that any jail sentences imposed would not affect his release date on December 21.

Sheriff Kevin Duffy sentenced Chapman to a total of 120 days in prison for the three complaints reduced from five months due to his guilty plea.

He said the 120 days would run concurrently with his current sentence so he would still be able to be released from prison on December 21.